Tropical Storm Fay: What New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts Can Expect


Continue to track the path of Tropical Storm Fay Tonight. The latest A storm of the Atlantic hurricane season made landfall earlier this afternoon right outside Atlantic City, New Jersey. Now it's making its way North. National Hurricane Center says it's about 90 miles south of New York City, making its way toward the north at about 14 miles an hour. Right now, the storm has maximum sustained winds of 50 miles an hour, and it's packing quite a bit of rain coming along with it now. Andrew Lo canto is the forecast with the National Weather Service, and he has more on the focus of the storm. There is expected to hit the hardest actually currently receiving it now, uh, basically mental, Annick ST Newjersey seven New York into Connecticut flashlight. Watch also up for part of western Massachusetts. Depending on where you are, you could see a bit of flooding. And if you're on the south facing Ocean Beach is a bit of high surf as well. So of course we'll keep you posted on the tropical storm throughout the night. Right here on W busy

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